Frequently Asked Questions
How do Pixel computer glasses work?
Our glasses filter out the harsh blue light emitted by digital devices such as computers, smartphones, televisions, tablets, fluorescent lights, and LEDs. Our lenses allow your eyes to focus easier, reduce eye fatigue and eye strain, and improve contrast.
Who should wear Pixel computer glasses?
Anyone who spends considerable time on a computer or digital device will benefit from wearing our computer glasses.
What is blue light?
Digital devices such as computers, phones, tablets, and TVs emit large amounts of blue light, the highest energy of all visible light (ranging from 400 nm to 500 nm). Blue light regulates our circadian rhythm by effecting the production of melatonin in our body. Exposure to great amount of blue light at the wrong time strains our eyes and disrupts our sleep cycle.
Why choose Pixel Eyewear?
We offer the clearest, most effective lens on the market. Other computer glasses are typically very yellow and have low transparency. Our glasses have a very light tint that is not easily noticeable and look just like a normal pair of glasses when you're wearing them. Our frames are built with cellulose acetate, the industry standard used by most high-end eyewear brands and our selection of vintage and classic styles will keep you looking sharp.
What is your return policy?
We have a 30-Day 100% Satisfaction Guarantee for all of our eyewear as well as free exchanges. Email us at email@example.com if you would like to request a return or exchange. Full Return Policy
Are there different sizes?
All of our models are unisex and designed to fit most face shapes. Each model has dimensions listed in the product description. Measurements represent lens width, nose bridge, temple (arm) lengths respectively.
Are Pixel glasses available in prescription?
At this moment, we do not offer prescription lenses, however we are working on providing them as we speak. If you are interested, please subscribe to our email list here so we can notify you as soon as possible when the option becomes available.